After initial success, the Government since 2018 has implemented the program nationwide. Up to now, the country has developed about 5,000 OCOP products, making a great contribution to promoting rural economy and the national goal of sustainable rural development.
In the Central region, after 3 years of implementing the program, localities have also achieved hundreds of OCOPs associated with the cultural identities and traditions of each region, achieving high economic efficiency.
A field of medicinal solanum procumbens (4-star OCOP of An Xuan, Quang Tri) (Photo: SGGP)
A great yield of Phuc Trach grapefruits (3-star OCOP) (Photo: SGGP)
Nam O traditional fish sauce naturally fermented in ancient terracotta jars (4-star OCOP of Nam O beach village, Da Nang City) (Photo: SGGP)
Ly Son garlic, Quang Ngai fertilized and preserved on the volcanic Ly Son island giving high economic value (Photo: SGGP)
The trademark Hoi An lantern (Photo: SGGP)
Moc Mien Rocky Garden tourist site, Tuy An, Phu Yen (future 4-star OCOP)
Packing ocean tuna caught by Binh Dinh fishermen for export to Japan (5-star OCOP) (Photo: SGGP)